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I am currently working on my Ph.D. with topic “Research of the current methods and technologies for web sites and web application development“. I have some articles that I would like to share(and also I must have several publication before I complete the course) so I was wondering can someone advice me to and university/science organisations that publish students articles.

Thanks in advance

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    This is a question for your advisor. – Nate Eldredge Jul 14 '12 at 15:20
  • Googling for "call for paper" "web application development" suggested following links which could be useful. 1. ConFoo Conference 2. IJCA 3. Actapress – user13107 Sep 20 '12 at 18:04
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First of all, you can of course submit your papers to regular conferences/workshops. Usually, you can have the choice between regular papers, short papers or posters (the last two categories are sometimes merged). You need to be careful whether the accepted papers will be published in the proceedings (sometimes short papers/posters are not), otherwise it might not count as a publication for your course.

Some conferences also organize a doctoral symposium, which is reserved for PhD students. It can be a good opportunity to attend a selective conference, and to do some networking with other students.

In order to know which conferences are the most suitable for you, the better option is to ask your advisors, they should know about that. You can also search on the web for "call for papers" with some keywords corresponding to your research field.

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    This Web wikicfp.com shows calls for papers in science and technology fields. – Lobo Apr 3 '13 at 9:56

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